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Capital en riesgo. El rendimiento pasado no es un indicador fiable de los resultados actuales o futuros y no debe ser el único factor a tener en cuenta a la hora de seleccionar un producto o una estrategia.

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SICAV
Global Impact Equity Fund
Una cartera de doble mandato, gestionada activamente, que busca tanto la revalorización del capital a largo plazo como tener un efecto positivo en el medio ambiente y la sociedad, invirtiendo en empresas cuya actividad actual o futura se espera que genere un impacto positivo en uno de los tres pilares de impacto siguientes (“Pilares de impacto”):
  • Clima y recursos;
• Equidad social y calidad de vida;
e • Innovación y productividad sostenibles.

El fondo se clasifica con arreglo al artículo 9 del Reglamento sobre la divulgación de información relativa a la sostenibilidad en el sector de los servicios financieros (SFDR, por sus siglas en inglés).
ISIN LU2377457952
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30-nov.-2020 - Scott Berg, Gestor de carteras,
Given increasing market volatility, we are maintaining a broadly balanced portfolio with sector exposures relatively neutral to our core benchmark. We still own a mix of businesses that we believe are structural winners, durable growers, and higher yielding companies that held up well during the March sell-off but have levelled off since. While we are more cautious in the near-term, we like what we own and remain more constructive over the medium term.

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Estrategia
Resumen del fondo
El fondo utiliza un conjunto de oportunidades globales para buscar en todos los países, sectores y capitalizaciones de mercado, excluyendo activamente al mismo tiempo las áreas de la economía mundial que no tienen impacto, para encontrar valores con claros marcadores de impacto y rentabilidad financiera. Aplicamos un análisis fundamental integrado y recursos ESG para evaluar sistemática y proactivamente la calidad y sostenibilidad a largo plazo de los candidatos a la inversión. El gestor no está limitado por el índice de referencia del fondo, que se utiliza únicamente a efectos de comparación de la rentabilidad.
Rentabilidad (después de comisiones)

Los resultados pasados no predicen rentabilidades futuras.

30-sept.-2020 - Scott Berg, Gestor de carteras,

Given the high degree of difficulty we are seeing in navigating today's market, we are focused on maintaining a broadly balanced portfolio and remain largely sector neutral in our positioning. We also want to be cognizant of heightened risk and a diversified portfolio helps us mitigate these risks and avoid high correlation and unintended bets. We still own a blend of structural winners, durable compounders, and higher yielding names that held up well during the March sell-off but lagged on the way back up.

Sector-wise, we are overweight consumer discretionary and financials, though not dramatically so. During the quarter, our allocations to industrials and business services and utilities increased, while our exposure to information technology and materials decreased as we trimmed or eliminated strong winners. From a regional perspective, the continued strong performance of developed equity markets relative to their emerging markets counterparts has led to our EM weighting trending modestly lower. However, in a low growth world, we continue to think investing in the fast growing emerging market countries, such as India, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, and Peru, will be more important than ever.

Industrials and Business Services

The industrial economy is slowly starting to recover. Areas such as the airline industry remained challenged, but we are finding opportunities elsewhere within the sector, and are taking a long-term approach with our investments in the space. We remain focused on high-quality companies that can benefit from multiyear growth trends and increases in global trade and capital spending. We are attracted to less cyclical, durable earnings growers in industries with attractive growth dynamics and are largely avoiding companies with commodity capital expenditures exposure.

  • We began a position in global parcel and freight delivery service FedEx. We think FedEx offers a compelling cyclical opportunity due to a number of positive growth drivers that should coalesce over the near term. In particular, the coronavirus has increased demand and tightened capacity, leading to higher pricing for the industry. We also think there are company-specific tailwinds that should help drive accelerating earnings and margin improvement, including better cost synergies and prolonged capacity constraint and pricing strength in air freight, where FedEx has a dominant position.
  • We started a position in Chart Industries, which provides equipment and supplies for the industrial gas, energy, and biomedical industries. We think the firm's most compelling segments are in supplying industrial gases like hydrogen as well as cryogenics, and believe there are a number of growth drivers, both cyclical and structural, that could help fuel accelerating earnings over the long term. With a diversified business structure in an industry with high barriers to entry and little competition, we think Chart Industries is well positioned for growth over the long term.

Financials

With leading central banks having cut rates and ramped up quantitative easing measures to help counteract the negative economic impact from the coronavirus, we think we are in a lower rate environment for longer than we had anticipated. While we remain underweight developed market banks due to the challenging rate environment, we have found idiosyncratic ideas in the U.S., Europe, and Canada to add to the portfolio. Our bets within the sector are largely concentrated in capital markets names and emerging market banks. We also have exposure to high-quality insurance companies.

  • We eliminated our position in DNB, Norway's largest retail and commercial bank. The stock spiked on strong earnings results, so we chose to move on to higher conviction names.

Consumer Discretionary

In our view, there are more coronavirus beneficiaries in the consumer discretionary sector than anywhere else, but this has led to a dramatic demarcation between winners and losers. The coronavirus has pulled forward years of e-commerce share gains in the span of a few months and we have an expanded set of names levered to that trend.

  • We initiated a position in THG Holdings, participating in the firm's initial public offering (IPO). THG owns The Hut Group, which operates as a multi-website online retailer that provides health, beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and marketplace services. We think THG is an extremely compelling company that is only just beginning to develop a differentiated enterprise e-commerce platform to help brands and retailers build a global online direct-to-consumer footprint.

Materials

The coronavirus-induced economic downturn has, not surprisingly, had a negative impact on the materials sector. Historically, the time to increase exposure to materials is during a recession and we added several high-quality names that were out of favor between the first and second quarters. However, a number of those names performed extremely well, so we exited our positions in the third quarter as valuations became more reasonable. Our focus is mainly on high-quality companies that offer particularly attractive valuations and are more highly correlated to staples-like industries and secular growth trends, but we also have exposure to metals and mining companies as well.

  • We eliminated our position in Kirkland Lake Gold. The stock has done well and provided solid exposure to real commodities, but we chose to move on after strong performance to reallocate to names with greater upside potential.
  • We added a position in Lundin Mining, a Canadian base metals miner mainly focused on copper. As the best conductor of electricity, we think the demand for copper will remain strong for the foreseeable future given the growing electrification of the world driven by technology (electric vehicles, charging stations, power generation, etc.). We think it is beneficial to have exposure to metals with strong demand and an improving cost curve.
31-ene.-2021 - Scott Berg, Gestor de carteras,
Real estate has been challenged as the pandemic has reduced demand, but we think the sector stands to benefit as the health crisis wanes and demand accelerates. In addition, in a lower growth world, we think this is an area that offers solid yield backed by tangible, quality assets. Within the sector, we have a diverse mix of high-quality companies of both residential and commercial assets in the U.S., Philippines, China, and London.

Fuente de datos de índice de referencia: MSCI. MSCI no formula declaraciones ni garantías, expresas o implícitas, y declina toda responsabilidad con respecto a cualesquiera datos de MSCI incluidos en este documento. Los datos de MSCI no podrán redistribuirse ni utilizarse de forma ulterior como fundamento para otros índices o cualesquiera valores o productos financieros. Este informe no ha sido autorizado, revisado ni elaborado por MSCI.

Fuente de rentabilidad: T. Rowe Price. La rentabilidad del fondo se calcula utilizando el valor liquidativo oficial con reinversión de dividendos, en su caso. El valor de una inversión y de cualquier renta que genere puede bajar al igual que subir. Los inversores podrían no recuperar el importe invertido. Se verá afectado por los cambios en el tipo de cambio entre la divisa base del fondo y la divisa de suscripción, si es diferente. Las comisiones de suscripción (hasta un máximo del 5% para la Clase A), impuestos y demás costes locales no se han deducido y en su caso se reducirán de las cifras de rentabilidad. La rentabilidad pasada no es un indicador fiable de rendimiento futuro. Los índices que se muestran no son índices de referencia formales. Se muestran únicamente a efectos comparativos.

Los datos de rentabilidad diaria se basan en el valor liquidativo disponible más reciente. 

Los Fondos son subfondos del T. Rowe Price Funds SICAV, una sociedad de inversión de Luxemburgo con capital variable que está registrada ante la Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier, habilitada como organismo de inversión colectiva en valores mobiliarios (undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities, UCITS). Los detalles completos de los objetivos, las políticas y los riesgos de inversión se encuentran en el folleto que está disponible con los documentos de información clave en inglés y en una lengua oficial de las jurisdicciones en las que los Fondos estén registrados para la venta pública, junto con los estatutos y los informes semestrales y anuales (de manera conjunta, los «Documentos del fondo»). Toda decisión de invertir deberá basarse en los Documentos del Fondo, que pueden obtenerse de forma gratuita del representante local, el agente de información/agente de pagos local o los distribuidores autorizados. También se puede acceder a estos documentos así como a un resumen en inglés de los derechos de los inversores en www.troweprice.com. La sociedad gestora se reserva el derecho de rescindir los acuerdos de comercializacion.

La rentabilidad del fondo tiene un riesgo de alta volatilidad.

Los títulos específicos identificados y descritos en este informe no representan todos los títulos comprados, vendidos o recomendados para el subfondo SICAV y no se deben realizar suposiciones respecto a que los títulos identificados y analizados registraron o registrarán rentabilidad.